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Berger, CFA, has joined its Board of Directors, effective January 1, 2014. A leading biotechnology analyst specializing in business development, finance and investment, Berger has contributed to the expansion of major biotech firms at the leading edge of innovation. He was responsible for technical, scientific and clinical due diligence as well as company selection in his work at J. P. Morgan Securities, Salomon Smith Barney and Josephthal & Co. In addition to consulting, he currently serves on the board of three publicly traded biotech companies, advising on the scientific, technological, business and financial aspects of the industry.“Franklin Berger’s expertise in the private sector and investment field will be invaluable as Episcopal Relief & Development continues to solidify its standing as a leader in international development” said the Right Reverend Robert J. O’Neill, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado and Chair of Episcopal Relief & Development’s Board of Directors. “Franklin is an experienced board member with a wealth of executive and operational knowledge, and I look forward to working with him.”Berger earned his MBA from Harvard and his BA and MA from Johns Hopkins University. He has served on the vestry and the Investment Policy Committee at St. James’ Episcopal Church in New York City.“I am extremely pleased to have Franklin Berger joining Episcopal Relief & Development’s board of directors,” said Rob Radtke, the organization’s President. “As we seek to grow in our capacity to leverage donor contributions to their greatest effect, Franklin’s ability to see potential and capitalize on it will help immeasurably.”As Berger joins the board, Teri Lawver steps down, having completed her final term. Based in New Jersey, Lawver is the Global Commercial Strategy Leader, Global Vice President, for the Cardiovascular and Metabolism Therapeutic Area with Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson. Lawver will continue to serve on the Advisory Council of the NetsforLife® program partnership for malaria prevention in sub-Saharan Africa. She also joins the board’s Advancement Committee to help diversify and strengthen the organization’s fundraising efforts as it moves toward celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2015.“Teri has provided superb leadership during her tenure on Episcopal Relief & Development’s board,” Radtke said. “She will continue to be engaged with the organization and I look forward to working with her in the future.”Episcopal Relief & Development is currently governed by a 21-member board. Board members are invited to serve three-year terms, which may be renewed once.As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization operating under the General Convention of The Episcopal Church, Episcopal Relief & Development is governed by a Board of Directors that includes clergy and lay leaders from around the country. The Honorary Chair of the Board is the Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church, and the Chair of the Board is the Right Reverend Robert J. O’Neill, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. Members of the board are nominated by the Presiding Bishop and the Chair of the Board of Episcopal Relief & Development, with assistance from the board’s Governance Committee. New members are then elected by the board, and this decision is ratified by the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church.For more information about the Board of Directors, please visit Episcopal Relief & Development’s Board page. Rector Pittsburgh, PA Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Press Release Service Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector Martinsville, VA Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Submit an Event Listing Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector Belleville, IL Rector Knoxville, TN Posted Feb 10, 2014 Course Director Jerusalem, Israel
View post tag: Returns View post tag: Naval Authorities The Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS Greeneville (SSN 772) returned to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Aug. 25, following a deployment to the Western Pacific. The submarine’s commanding officer, Cmdr. Martin Muckian said the crew was outstanding during deployment.“They performed superbly in every area, from the tactical watchstanders, to the nuclear propulsion plants operators, to the cooks. Every Sailor did his job and did it well, and that enabled Greeneville to do some great things for 7th Fleet on this deployment,” said Muckian.The 150-man crew of Greeneville was forward deployed for more than six months, completing a variety of operations and missions vital to national security.In addition to gaining the experience of operating in the Western Pacific, the deployment afforded Sailors the opportunity to work on critical qualifications.Over the course of the deployment, 15 enlisted Sailors and two officers became submarine qualified and are now able to wear their respective submarine warfare insignia, or “dolphins.”“The crew is feeling sky high after this deployment,” said Muckian. “They were asked to do some difficult things and they know they delivered. It’s a great feeling for them. When you combine that feeling of accomplishment with the joy of seeing your family and friends again, it makes homecoming a great day.”While on deployment, Greeneville’s crew helped strengthen community ties in Guam, as well as with foreign allies in South Korea and Singapore.USS Greeneville is the 61st Los Angeles-class submarine and the 22nd Improved Los Angeles-class attack submarine.USS Greeneville was commissioned a U.S. naval warship at Norfolk Naval Base Feb. 16, 1996. Greeneville changed homeport to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in March 1997.[mappress]Press Release, August 26, 2014; Image: US Navy View post tag: USS Greeneville August 26, 2014 View post tag: Western Pacific View post tag: americas USS Greeneville Returns from the Western Pacific View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Greeneville Returns from the Western Pacific Share this article
CLUB President, Aleem Hussain and Mahindranauth Tiwari won their respective flights when the Torginol Paints annual golf tournament concluded last Saturday at the Lusignan Golf Club, Played in two flights– the handicaps 0 – 13 and 14 – 28– the tournament was rich with the friendly rivalry and exciting challenges that are characteristic of tournaments at the LGC.Hussain, Patrick Prashad and Dr Philbert London ensured that their desire to stay in the winners’ Row was realised.Results are as follows: 0 – 13 flight– Aleem Hussain (72/10) – 1st; Kassim Khan (who broke a tie with the third place winner by one stroke in the back nine) (73/9) – 2nd; and Patrick Prashad (73/9) – 3rd. Striving hopefuls were Ayube Subhan (75/13); Mike Mangal (76/10) and Mohanlall Dinanauth (76/6). Speciality prize of Nearest The Pin was won by Kassim Khan.In the 14 – 28 Flight, a fierce tie played out a little too late in 6th position between Shanella Webster-London (79/15), Rabindranath Persaud (79/17) and Balgobin Ragnauth (79/21).The winners in this Flight were: Mahindranauth Tiwari (67/15); Lekhnarine Shivraj (71/17); and Dr Philbert London (72/24). 4th and 5th place went to Maurice Solomon (75/24) and Guillermo Escarraga (77/21).Three representatives of Torginol Paints were on hand to congratulate the winners: Messrs Jairaj Rajpat, Robert Singh and the Manager– Rajesh Ramgolam. After congratulating the winners of the day’s tournament, they reiterated Torginol Paints commitment to continue supporting golf in Guyana and the Lusignan Golf Club.
Published on September 24, 2015 at 9:53 pm Contact Justin: [email protected] | @jmattingly306 Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 22 BYU (2-1) at Michigan (2-1) – NoonAfter starting the season with two miraculous wins, BYU lost to then-No. 10 UCLA, 24-23, for its first loss of the season. The Cougars will need freshman quarterback Tanner Mangum to stay poised on Saturday as they travel to the Big House to face a Michigan team that’s allowed 236.7 yards a game this season. The Wolverines are 6.5-point favorites.No. 24 Oklahoma State (3-0) at Texas (1-2) – 3:30 p.m.Through three games this season, Texas has allowed more than 512 yards a game on average. That comes after finishing 10th in defensive efficiency last season and the Longhorns are giving up the second-most passing yards per game in the Big 12. Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph comes into Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium with a completion percentage around 70 and a passer efficiency of 173.4, good for 12th in the nation. The Cowboys are 3-point favorites.Western Michigan (1-2) at No. 1 Ohio State (3-0) – 3:30 p.m. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter uncertainty over who would be the starting quarterback for Ohio State this week, Cardale Jones will remain the starter, head coach Urban Meyer told reporters. Jones is coming off a rough game last week against Northern Illinois in which he threw two interceptions, completed fewer than 50 percent of his passes and was eventually replaced by backup J.T. Barrett. The Buckeyes are 31.5-point favorites for the game at Ohio Stadium.No. 3 TCU (3-0) at Texas Tech (3-0) – 4:45 p.m.The Horned Frogs looks to put off-the-field issues behind them for Saturday’s road game against Texas Tech. Two TCU players were arrested Monday on felony robbery charges and the players have been suspended from the team. The two offenses both average around 50 points per game and TCU scored a school-record 82 points last year against the Red Raiders. The Horned Frogs are 6.5-point favorites for the game, which features an over/under of 80.5.No. 9 UCLA (3-0) at No. 16 Arizona (3-0) – 8 p.m.Anu Solomon will try to extend his strong start to the season as he leads No. 16 Arizona against No. 9 UCLA in Tucson, Arizona. Solomon has thrown 10 touchdowns with no interceptions. The Bruins are coming off a tight 24-23 win over then-No. 19 BYU, while the Wildcats put up a school-record 77 points in a win over Northern Arizona last week. UCLA is a 3-point favorite in the game.No. 18 Utah (3-0) at No. 13 Oregon (2-1) – 8:30 p.m. Oregon, which lost 31-28 to Michigan State two weeks ago, will host the Utah Utes, who have matched their highest ranking since 2010, at Autzen Stadium. The starting running backs for each team — Royce Freeman and Devontae Booker — are both in the top five in the Pacific-12 in rush yards per game this season. Oregon is a 12-point favorite in the game and is top 10 in the country with an average of 50 points a game.No. 19 USC (2-1) at Arizona State (2-1) – 10:30 p.m. Coming off a 10-point loss to No. 21 Stanford, USC will play its first road game of the season on Saturday as it travels to Sun Devil Stadium to take on Arizona State. The game could be decided with USC quarterback Cody Kessler in the pocket. The Trojans are 5.5-point favorites for the game. Comments